I love going back at the end of the year and seeing which posts were most popular on my blog. And the numbers don’t lie! Below you’ll find the top 10 posts of 2020 with a link and short description about each one. If you’re interested in saving a particular post, I recommend clicking on the link and saving directly from the original post (it will open in a new window). That way when you come back to it, you can get started right away!
I am not a master seamstress but I know how to sew a straight line. Thankfully, that’s all you need to know how to do too in order to make this super simple grocery sack dispenser! It’s a fun and pretty way to keep your garbage sacks all in one place without taking up a lot of room.
This was one of my personal favorite posts of the year! Our new home has a giant walk in pantry that was just begging to be organized. So I organized it and shared 11 tips to help you do the same thing. A big tip is, you guessed it–organization labels. You can find two big sets to download for FREE.
Halloween is not my favorite holiday but it is one of my favorites to decorate for. This Halloween cut file is perfect for putting on a sign and adding to your Halloween decor. Plus, it’s FREE.
The inspiration for this sign comes from my in-laws who love their pie. No matter how much food has been consumed, there is always room for pie. Grab the file for FREE and use it for decor or even as a funny Thanksgiving shirt.
Another fun cut file for you to download! My kids live off of popsicles in the summertime. This file works great for anything from scrapbooking to t-shirts to home decor.
My husband and I like to DIY a lot of our home projects. If you’re the same way, or are looking for ways to save a little money and update your cabinets, I highly recommend checking out the Cabinet Transformations Kit from Rustoleum. It was easy to use and the end result was amazing!
Did you make Shrinky Dinks as a kid? It’s one of those timeless crafts that is fun for kids and adults. I made some Halloween magnets out of Shrinky Dink plastic and they turned out so great! You could easily make magnets for any holiday.
Another one of my favorite posts from 2020 was the tutorial on how to repaint a KitchenAid mixer. The transformation is amazing and it cost a whole lot less than buying a new KitchenAid.
This cut file is such a fun and simple design! I made a shirt for my son but you could create any number of 4th of July projects with it.
And the most popular post of 2020 was…
I had a lot of fun putting this kids activity together! It’s a combination of decoding and kids jokes and St. Patrick’s Day that makes for a great activity. Whether you homeschool, teach in a classroom, online, or are just looking for a different type of activity page for your kids, definitely check this one out!
Did your favorite post make the cut? What post are you most excited to check out?
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